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Click on the "view on map" link to the left to see my photos on the world map. I'm hoping to fill that world map up more and more. -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------My name is Spencer. I've been interested in photography for a while, but started as a real hobby in 2004 while working on an architecture graduate school report on ruins. I discovered Panoramio & Google Earth just a short time before. Since then, virtual exploring via Panoramio has made exploring & photography a passion for me. Thank you all for your visits, comments, and support. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------For those of you in the Panoramio community, if I comment on your photo, it means I have also "liked" it. Also, I try to respond to every comment, as well as visit your pages and leave comments, but I do have a hard time keeping up sometimes. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------I do not give out full-resolution digital files/images. I shrink and watermark my photos because some have been taken and used without my consent. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------e-mail: spencerbaugh(at)yahoo(dot)com

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Must be a blast to fly like that. But absolutely no room for error. I saw a video of an accident in the Italian Air Force team some years ago. Shocking thing to see two men's lives snuffed in a couple of seconds in two fireballs.. in front of an audience. This game is no picnic.

You'd need to know your stuff!

Might be able to get a flight at one of the warbird airshows Spence. There are even a couple of Mig 15s flying in east Oz.

Two great classics! Must have been a struggle for the jet to stay down with the prop.. Those flying blow torches don't know slow.. :))

A very deadly look to it. I suppose the F35 will soon have these things on the used-plane market..

Reaching for the sky! Neat!

Beautiful! The angle an opponent doesn't want to see!

Spectacular, really!

I'm not sure Oz can really afford the F35. A middle-power like us should be looking at something a little cheaper we can get in bigger numbers. Otherwise every one we lose in combat will be a major kick in the guts for us. Having said that, the F111 purchase looked shakey at the start, but they proved to be a fine aircraft that served us very well for a lot of years. But we didn't take them to war...

This is going to be a neat series!!

That is a top close-up Spencer! Fine detail!

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